Taylor Swift has revealed details of collaborations for her upcoming album, with songs featuring Florence + The Machine and Post Malone.
Swift, 34, announced details of the record on stage at the Grammys, as she made history by becoming the first artist to take home the best album prize for the fourth time, for Midnights.
“I want to say thank you to the fans by telling you a secret that I have been keeping from you for the last two years,” she said, revealing the follow-up is titled The Tortured Poets Department and will be released on 19 April.
On Monday, the star shared a photograph from the physical record on social media, revealing tracks including Florida!!! featuring Florence + The Machine, the UK-based band fronted by Florence Welch, and Fortnight featuring US rapper Post Malone.
Other song titles include So Long, London; I Can Fix Him (No Really I Can); Guilty As Sin?; The Smallest Man Who Ever Lived; I Can Do It With A Broken Heart; and Clara Bow, while the bonus song is titled The Manuscript.
A pre-order for the vinyl album available on Swift’s website includes a “collectable 24-page book-bound jacket with three handwritten lyrics unique to this vinyl and never-before-seen photos”.
It will be the star’s 11th studio record.
‘It’s been fun to get the Swifties into NFL’
Meanwhile, Swift’s NFL player boyfriend Travis Kelce is hoping to add to the couple’s silverware this weekend.
The American football star, who plays for the Kansas City Chiefs, is hoping for back-to-back Super Bowl glory for his team when they take on the San Francisco 49ers at the weekend.
The 34-year-old, who has won NFL’s biggest match twice before, described Swift as “unbelievable” while speaking at the Super Bowl’s opening night in Las Vegas.
“She’s rewriting the history books herself,” he said. “I told her I’ll have to hold up my end of the bargain and come home with some hardware too.”
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Kelce’s relationship with the singer-songwriter has brought new fans to the NFL in recent months, and the sportsman is embracing her Swifties.
“Taylor has an unbelievable fanbase that follows her and supports her throughout her life,” he said.
“It’s been fun to kind of gather the Swifties into Chiefs Kingdom and open them up to the football world and sports world. It’s been cool to experience that.”
R&B singer Usher will headline this year’s famous Super Bowl halftime show, with fans hoping he will perform hits including Yeah!, Burn, You Make Me Wanna… and 2004’s My Boo, a duet which features Alicia Keys.